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GWADO J. ADOR: Nostalgia for Malaka...

GWADO J. ADOR: Nostalgia for Malakal

The feeling of nostalgia for homeland has been increasingly intensifying in my heart, while there was no any glimpse of hope for peace in the horizon. Unbridled politics coupled by the use of subversive government machinery made it impossible for many of us and particularly our relatives set foot... FULL STORY »

The ‘mother’ of South Sudan Calls f...

The ‘mother’ of South Sudan Calls for President Kiir to Step Down on Upfron...

South Sudanese politician Rebecca Garang, widow of SPLM founder John Garang, tells Upfront on Al Jazeera: • President Kiir has caused a “manmade famine” • “All of us, as the leaders of South Sudan, we did not lead our people properly.” • “Our leaders are using the name of their... FULL STORY »

MEDIA RELEASE: SSHURSA statement on...

MEDIA RELEASE: SSHURSA statement on plan to kidnap and deport Biel Boutros ...

SSHURSA Back Ground Statement Alerting the Public on Plot to Kidnap & Deport Its Head: There is reliable information from credible sources that a team of South Sudanese security members has been sent to Kampala, Uganda, by the government of South Sudan to kidnap and deport to South Sudan human... FULL STORY »

They all went and came back during ...

They all went and came back during the war. Gen Thomas Cirilo will still co...

JUBA – An angry looking President Kiir on Sunday accused other tribes in South Sudan especially their leaders of not participating in the war to liberate South Sudan and instead involve in “running from Jalaba and to SPLA and back” and vice versa. Kiir in a meeting with groups... FULL STORY »

The Gifts of Love, Peace, Happiness, and Family: May All These Be Yours At Christmas And N...

Christmas is coming tomorrow and perhaps today morning in the continent of Africa, so the Christmas holidays are all about spending time with your loved ones and nothing says “I LOVE... FULL STORY »

BAN KI-MOON: How the world betrayed South Sudan

OpEd By Ban Ki-moon This year marks the fifth anniversary of the world’s newest country, South Sudan. I attended the 2011 independence celebrations in the capital city of Juba. Hopes were... FULL STORY »

EDITORIAL: Juba Massacre THREE YEAR ON. Three Days of Slaughter

Remembering The Juba Massacre: A Nation Torn Apart by the Blood of the Innocents Three Years Ago….. EDITORIAL – In just Three days, December 15th, 2013, more than 20,000 people of... FULL STORY »

A Convoy of Government Soldiers going to Maridi to Attack SPLA-IO Force Destroyed

MARIDI – Heavy fighting involving 14 trucks full of government soldiers ordered to clear SPLA-IO forces in Maridi yesterday at 8:00am, were destroyed leaving the soldiers in... FULL STORY »

UN: ‘Ethnic cleansing under way’ in South Sudan

Fighting between government and rebels has seen deliberate starvation, gang rape, and the burning of villages. A UN commission on human rights in South Sudan has said a steady process of ethnic... FULL STORY »

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